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eBook Number One, Tickle Your Tum (Baby Bear Books) ePub

by John Prater

  • ISBN: 0370323785
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: John Prater
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bodley Head Children's Books (July 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1773 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1603 kb
  • Other: doc lit mobi txt
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 481

Description

Series: Baby Bear Books. Though this is a cute book, it didn't capture my kids' attention as much as others. The drawings were not colorful or interesting and illustrations of just two bears

Series: Baby Bear Books. The drawings were not colorful or interesting and illustrations of just two bears. The activities are pretty fun, except for 10, which is "start again. Kind of anticlimactic.

Published March 1, 1999 by Barron's Educational Series.

Baby Bear and Father Bear have a rhyme for every number, from one through ten. Wiggling, tickling, jumping and giggling. counting can be such fun! Kids and parents can join the bears and have fun learning to count. My son got this book since he was one year old. It's lovely, he just followed what the bear does. Very very good book for young children. Great for preschoolers! Published by Thriftbooks.

Number two, just say BOO Baby Bear and Father Bear. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Number One, Tickle Your Tum by John Prater (Paperback, 2002). John Prater studied art in Portsmouth and Brighton and worked as a teacher for many years before turning his attention to children's books

Number One, Tickle Your Tum by John Prater (Paperback, 2002). Current slide {CURRENT SLIDE} of {TOTAL SLIDES}- Compare similar products. Snuggletime: Water Baby by Fiona Watt (Board book, 2007). John Prater studied art in Portsmouth and Brighton and worked as a teacher for many years before turning his attention to children's books. His first book, On Friday Something Funny Happened, was shortlisted for the Mother Goose Award in 1982. Prater first got the idea for Baby Bear when he became a granddad. John Prater lives in Horndean, Hampshire. Country of Publication.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Number One, Tickle Your Tum by John Prater . Wiggling, tickling, jumping, giggling. Baby Bear and Grandbear are playing a delightfully tickly counting game that will have little one hopping to count along.

Wiggling, tickling, jumping, giggling.

Find nearly any book by John Prater (page 2). Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Oh Where, Oh Where? by John Prater. ISBN 9780439320290 (978-0-439-32029-0) Softcover, Scholastic, 1997. Baby Bear and Grandbear are playing a delightfully tickly counting game that will have little one hopping to count along

Wiggling, tickling, jumping, giggling. About the Author: John Prater studied art in Portsmouth and Brighton and worked as a teacher for many years before turning his attention to children's books.

Two bears count to ten, then begin again. John Prater (author).

Comments

Realistic Realistic
Fast shipping, product as described, highly recommend seller. Beautiful pictures in book with sweet story. My toddler loves to copy the actions.
HelloBoB:D HelloBoB:D
this book is my favorite. I read it to my son so many times when he was little. We had so much fun with it.
Frei Frei
Though this is a cute book, it didn't capture my kids' attention as much as others. The drawings were not colorful or interesting and illustrations of just two bears. The activities are pretty fun, except for 10, which is "start again." Kind of anticlimactic. My 9-month-old likes it somewhat but my two-year-old was quickly bored by it. We have much preferred Count by Denise Fleming for 0-1 1/2 years old; we made up movement to go with each page. We've really enjoyed getting up and moving with Toddlerobics by Zita Newcome for 1 1/2 and 2 years old. It's really colorful and has many more movements to do. I think my kids will continue to enjoy Toddlerobics for a couple of more years.
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I shared this book with my 18 month old from the Library and she loves it! It is not only beautifully illustrated, but they can do the activites along with the little bear and that is the most fun! She wanted to bring it to share with friends at play group and got the biggest kick out of them doing the activites. Her favorite page is "Number two just say "Boo!"
Gotta Have IT!
Rivik Rivik
My son got this book since he was one year old. It's lovely, he just followed what the bear does. Very very good book for young children.